Camden Layton

Camden Layton w/Adia

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I am Student Government President at George Mason University. I am also Vice President of the George Mason Democrats. My major is Public Administration.

As a member of the Virginia onAir Advisory Board, I consult on issues and opportunities related to Student Government.

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Student Government Presidential Campaigns Heat Up

By Alexander Shedd
Fourth Estate – March 25, 2019

As Student Government President Bekah Pettine and Vice President Erik Truong prepare to graduate, one new campaign is running to succeed them, while one campaign is running to ask students not to vote for them.

The first ticket, with Camden Layton and Adia McLaughlin, is running a rather traditional campaign.

“Adia and I are running because we believe we are the best option to represent the student body,” said Layton, the presidential candidate for Mason’s student body. “We have a diverse background of experiences that will transfer over into these positions, and we want to enact real change and continue the progress we have made in Student Government.”

 

Meet Camden Layton and Adia McLaughlin, Candidates for Student Body President and Vice President at George Mason

By Salma Hamze
HCAT at Mason March 19, 2019

Camden Layton

* This is not an endorsement from Her Campus George Mason**

Over spring break I had the opportunity to interview Camden Layton and Adia McLaughlin, two students who are running for Student Body President and Vice President for Student Government at George Mason University.

I was able to ask them a few questions about why they’re running, what their platform is, and why should students care about voting. Here’s the interview:

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